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    For cutting bowls and baasket I use the Olson Single Tooth Precision Ground Tooth Blades They work well for cutting thick hardwood. I was thinking of trying the Flying Dutchman and I was wondering what is their equivalent to the PGTs


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    Dave

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    Dave -- my "go to" blade is the #5 FD Polar Just cut a bowl from cherry. Don't know how it compares to the Olson but it is great on thick, hard woods.
    Mtnman Jim

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      Email me, Dave.
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